At the start of the 2023 educational yr, the Catholic College of Lille will open a brand new “Journalism Professions” license.

The “Journalism Professions” license, created in agreement with the Polytechnic University of Hauts-de-France, aims to prepare students as well as possible for the competitions of the major journalism schools and, in particular, to provide a theoretical basis. very extensive, focused on the disciplines of journalism and humanities as well as individual support for the students.

A 3-year degree combining the disciplines of journalism and humanities

At the beginning of this project, Jérôme Roudier, Doctor of Philosophy, and Loïc Laroche, head of the Journalism and History Masters at FLSH, realized that a year of preparation did not necessarily allow them to acquire the journalistic skills, autonomy and originality required for Admission to the Grandes Ecole is required. They designed it thanks to their expertise in how preparatory classes work and their experience of the needs of journalism Multidisciplinary and professional license in three years.

In program, 25 hours of weekly classes : General education, imparting the basics of human sciences (history, literature, philosophy, political science, communication sciences), journalistic disciplines (current affairs, ethics, introduction to journalism in all media, French, English).

Thanks to the radio and television studio, the various promotions can also be made familiar with the various essential tools of the journalistic profession. Finally, the students have the opportunity to concretize their training by carrying it out Internships on request (not mandatory)

The orientation fair not to be missed!

We will give you an appointment at the Studyrama virtual trade fair for journalistic training and professions to find your dream training!
You will meet experts, professionals and young graduates to talk about your professional future. It is also a unique opportunity to discover the many professions (sports journalist, photo reporter, freelancer, web editor, etc.) and to ask your questions during e-conferences.

A selective and demanding license

Admission to this selective course of the “Journalism Professions” license requires a solid general knowledge, mastery of current affairs, very good knowledge of French and good knowledge of English as well as theoretical and practical knowledge, journalism and communication. During licensing, the increase in “excellence” occurs gradually over the three years. This requires a significant personal investment in working time, supported by the teaching team to have every chance of integrating the best masters and major schools of journalism. Likewise and for this reason, access to the license is selective and limited to 24 students per year.

To learn more about this new training, a The Open Day of the Catholic University of Lille is organized on November 26, 2022 : On this occasion, at 11.15 am, there will be a conference on “Studies in Journalism” by Loïc LAROCHE and Jérôme ROUDIER.

Registration via the Catholic University of Lille website.

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